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Men of North Carlton

Conflict Commemorated:WW1

Address:St Lukes

Parish:North Carlton

Type of Memorial:Board/Plaque/Tablet

Manufacturer:Mr. Garland master of the School of Art, Lincoln

Materials Used:Oak, laburnum

Description:On the north wall of the nave 1640mm from the floor is a carved English oak tablet, with a frame of laburnum wood, 692mm high x 538mm wide and a built up thickness of 55mm, the corners of the boarder have the year 1914 at the top and 1918 at the bottom. The centre panel is lighter in colour and is inscribed in red and black lettering with a blue illuminated O.

Inscription:O LORD GOD OF HOSTS WE THANK THEE THAT THOU DIDST HEAR OUR PRAYERS & THAT OF ALL THESE NORTH CARLTON MEN WHO FOUGHT FOR US IN THE GREAT WAR THOU DIDST ODAIN SO MANY SHOULD RETURN HOME SERVED A.L.BROWN R.W.BROWN H.CURTIS J.CURTIS T.GRAVES J.L.HAYES J.C.HEWITT H.J.S.LAVERACK F.W.LAVERACK J.F.LAVERACK F.A.LUPTON T.MAKINS A.N.MARRIOTT A.MELLOWS W.TODD C.ROBINSON SERVED UNTO DEATH H.COOPER F.PATRICK G.TOYN

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Last updated: 13 Dec 2016

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